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Canada May Protect Bridge Builder From Lawsuits

October 22, 2012

Canada’s parliament is considering legislation to protect the builders of a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor from lawsuits that could slow the project down for years. In essence, the contractor would be exempt from nearly all Canadian laws dealing with permits and anything else that could be challenged and tied up in court. Jeff Watson is a member of Parliament representing Essex in southern Ontario. He spoke with WDET's Pat Batcheller.

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